Dr Wyll’s Testimonials
Dr. Wyll is very competent and caring. She makes her treatment plans and diagnoses very clear and is a very nice person. Her office staff is superior and represent her very well.
Dr. Wyll is very professional and friendly. I have confidence in her diagnoses and treatment.
Dr Wyll is great! She is an amazing surgeon who listens really good and is very kind and caring.
Very nice office staff and doctor. Everyone was patient and really listened.
Her demeanor was great and she took the time to explore my concerns and explain what was going on and what my options were. I would highly recommend her to others with ENT issues.
For most of Allison’s 16 years she has had difficulty with her sinuses. Oral and topical medication treatments provided some relief, but never really resolved the ongoing headaches. Participation in the family sport of open water diving was often difficult, with problems both descending and ascending, in spite of decongestants and saline rinses. In preparation for a 2011 dive trip to Bonaire, NL, Allison was evaluated by Dr. Wyll, and a treatment course outlined. Allison had sinus surgery performed by Dr. Wyll. The medical treatment was excellent, as was Dr. Wyll’s office and nursing team. Dr Wyll provided clear direction and expert treatment that made a difference.
This is Allison at 67 feet under water, near the end of the trip, where she completed 35 dives without any difficulty! Allison is standing on the port side of the wreck of the Williams Express. This was simply not possible previously. Thanks Dr. Wyll!
When I was 20 years old, I was told I had a deviated septum that needed to be fixed. At 31, I almost had it done. By age 52, I had severe health issues with problems caused by hypoxia as a result of sleep apnea that actually gave me Cushings Syndrome. I had multiple sinus infections every year from obstructed sinus cavities, and ended up with an impaired immune system and two hemorrhage strokes. In the final analysis, all of those issues stemmed from my not having been able to breathe properly for a very long time. When I started using a CPAP machine, my life improved; but at age 62, I decided it was time to resolve the breathing issues.
I researched every doctor I could find data about. I wanted a doctor who was using state of the art medical techniques, had experience with all of my breathing issues and could work with me in the future regarding my CPAP and sleeping problems. Fortunately, I found that person in Dr Wyll at the Dallas Sinus Center. She did several procedures at the same time –– Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, Turbinate Reduction, Nasal Septal Reconstruction and Balloon Sinuplasty.
While I did have a little discomfort after the procedures, it was more a result of the anesthesia rather than the procedures themselves. I had heard all of the war stories about how much those procedures would hurt, but I honestly did not experience much pain after the first 24 hours. Within a few days, I was able to breathe better than before even though I still had splints inside my nose. After a week, and the removal of the splints, I realized that I should have done this years ago. I now breathe easily, go to sleep without congestion and wake up without congestion. I have more energy due to better sleeping and have even turned down the pressure of my CPAP so it doesn’t wake me up during the night. I’m 62 but I feel 40 again. Dr. Wyll will be my doctor for the rest of my life.